The Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program


Why We are Unlike Any Other


Three-Year Model

Our three-year, nine-semester, continuous program provides the necessary structure and breaks to help increase graduation rates and enable students to earn salaries sooner than their peers. Students will receive the same amount of didactic teaching but in a more condensed strategic model.

About Our Facilities

Our Curriculum

Our student-centered curriculum will utilize best practices in medical education with a focus on active learning. Synchronized content between courses will create an intuitive learning environment where classroom seat-time is limited, and students take ownership of a substantial part of their learning.

About Our Curriculum

Clinical Rotations

Third-year scholars will be exposed to a large, diverse caseload of routine and clinically diseased animals through a vast network of more than 250 clinical affiliates. Learning from real-world, hands-on experience enables our graduates to be day-one ready.

Our Clinical Network

Student Life

Student life is a vital component for success as it serves to assist in establishing relationships and provide opportunities that encourage a welcoming, professional community for students in their journey toward achieving their educational and vocational aspirations.

Student Life

Tuition and Financial Aid

The cost of attendance is the university’s estimate of your academic-year expenses. The total cost estimate for attendance includes charges billed directly to you, as well as an approximated budget of indirect expenses. 

Financial Investment

Invest In CVM

If you are interested in partnering with the College of Veterinary Medicine in our mission to lead the profession as a student-centered program focused on developing career-ready veterinarians, then click for more information on how to give.

CVM Development